Both Cordillera's Community Operations and Colorado Department of Transportation (CDot) share the same message: "Snow plows need space to work, so unless you want to cause an accident, delays or be stuck on a snow-covered road, don't crowd the plow!"Drivers are reminded to give snow plows plenty of room so they can safely clear Cordillera's roads. The following precautions will keep everyone safe:• Slow down and give snow plow tucks ample space to maneuver freely. Plow trucks are large vehicles that do not slow down, stop or turn as quickly as cars and trucks.• Avoid driving alongside the plows. Because of the height and length of the plow trucks, a plow driver's field of vision is limited; you may not be seen by the driver.• Never pass a snowplow on the right as you will be caught in hard snow, ice and rock thrown by the plow blade.Colorado Department of Transportation (CDot) shares a campaign to remind drivers the safest way to get where your going is to Bow to the Plow.
Bow to the Plow by CDOT